Environmental Process services in Maine

  • Environmental Site Assessments Services

    Environmental Site Assessments include a wide range of project types that all share a common theme: understanding how the historical and current use of a property (and its surrounding area) may have adversely affected the condition of environmental media at a site, including soil, ground water, surface water, sediments, and air.

    By GeoInsight, Inc. Office in York, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Service line

  • Public Engagement and Risk Communication

    Public engagement in environmental health issues is at an all-time high. Effective public engagement raises the quality of the decision-making process. Ineffective public engagement can result in community outrage, lack of trust in the decision-making process, and delays and cancellations of projects. Social media and on-line sources of ...

    By Intrinsik Inc. Office in New Gloucester, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Legal Support Services

    Intrinsik can provide a multitude of scientific and consulting services tailored to the requirements of legal professionals in support of environmental boards and tribunals, and personal injury or class action litigation arising from environmental, occupational, domestic, medical, or other exposure to potentially hazardous substances and agents.

    By Intrinsik Inc. Office in New Gloucester, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Ecological Risk Assessment

    Intrinsik has scientists who work exclusively in the area of ecological risk assessment (ERA). They have completed aquatic and terrestrial ERAs in Canada, the United States and internationally. These assessments evaluated risk from contaminated sites, airborne emissions, leachate, runoff, land application of sludges, liquid effluents, and ...

    By Intrinsik Inc. Office in New Gloucester, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Environmental Documentation

    We have extensive experience in preparing Environmental Assessments (EA) and Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) to fulfill the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related state regulations. We have developed a proven approach to evaluating practical measures for minimizing adverse impacts while enhancing beneficial ...

    By Normandeau Associates Inc Office in MAINE (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Compliance Services

    The sheer number, diversity, and complexity of EH&S regulations can make achieving and maintaining compliance a difficult task. The engineers, scientists, regulatory specialists, and environmental attorneys on our compliance team have the skills and experience to help our clients manage all of their environmental responsibilities.

    By Woodard & Curran based in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Management Consulting Service line

  • Environmental Engineering Services

    As environmental experts, Roaring Brook Consultants will support you throughout the entire process of adjusting an environmental claim. We made the process easier by investigating environmental claims and overseeing the project clean-up to ensure it is completed properly and economically. Roaring Brook Consultants is adept at all aspects of ...

    By Roaring Brook Consultants, Inc. based in South Berwick, MAINE (USA).

  • Environmental Permitting Services

    Obtaining an environmental permit is often a critical element for the success of a project. Our staff combines a comprehensive understanding of ecological systems, natural and cultural history, and wildlife and fisheries habitat requirements with an in-depth knowledge of local resources. Our clients benefit from the strong agency relationships we ...

    By Hoyle, Tanner Associates, Inc. Office in Brunswick, MAINE (USA).

  • Computerized Systems Services

    Customized environmental management databases. Process simulators to review different operating conditions. Air emission, energy, and water models.

    By Pollution Prevention Consulting based in Scarborough, MAINE (USA).

  • Brownfields Redevelopment

    The Purpose of Brownfields Redevelopment is to expand, redevelop, or reuse a property which may be complicated by real or perceived environmental contamination. The Brownfields Program provides communities with financial assistance in assessing potential environmental impacts and the associated cleanup through US EPA funded grants. CEG can assist ...

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

  • Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

    Aquatic ecosystems, including fish, fish habitat, and water is a valuable environmental resource. Aquatic biota need to be recognized for their social and economic values and also as a barometer on the state of our environment. Declining aquatic ecosystem health results in lost opportunities for society to derive benefits from the fisheries ...

    By Kleinschmidt Associates based in Pittsfield, MAINE (USA). from Ecological Services Service line

  • In Situ Remediation

    In situ soil and groundwater remediation technologies often provide significant advantages over traditional techniques such as excavation and groundwater pump and treat, particularly when these ex situ techniques result in the generation of waste requiring disposal. This fact sheet discusses In Situ Remediation processes and project-specific ...

    By Key Environmental, Inc Office in MAINE (USA).

  • Remediation Services

    As part of property transactions, risk assessment, and risk-based corrective action (RBCA), Blackstone combines site assessment, financial risk management, and remedial action to quantify the environmental risks, remedial costs, and project duration for potential property purchasers.

    By Blackstone Consulting based in Portland, MAINE (USA).

  • Site Closure

    Campbell Environmental Group personnel have managed numerous sites to regulatory closure in the states of Maine and New Hampshire. Our site closure experience demonstrates our knowledge of applicable state regulations, guidance manuals, and closure procedures. The following is a description of some of the standard regulatory closure programs.

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

  • Strategy Planning

    'Strategy' can be defined as a long-term plan of action to achieve a specific goal. Strategic planning means working with the client to define that goal, identify issues, assess the resources available, measure community sentiment, provide counsel on a recommended course of action, and implement for success. Stakeholders who may hold varying ...

    By Normandeau Associates Inc Office in MAINE (USA). from Public Involvement Service line

  • Regulatory and Permitting

    Many of our clients experience frustration on a daily basis due to the complicated, bureaucratic nature of government regulations. Trying to sort through regulatory agency jurisdictions and their requirements, regardless of the project size or complexity, is often characterized as a daunting task. We have been helping companies like yours navigate ...

    By Kleinschmidt Associates based in Pittsfield, MAINE (USA).

  • Landscape Architecture

    Weston & Sampson fosters a staff of creative landscape architects who have consciously chosen to focus their careers on landscapes that improve quality of life. From conceptual design and grant-writing assistance through the community participation process to final construction documentation and oversight, our design team focuses on design ...

    By Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc. Office in MAINE (USA).

  • Natural Gas Utilities Infrastructure Services

    At Sanborn Head, we see opportunities for our clients to reduce energy costs through increasing use of natural gas. For example, natural gas-to-oil price ratios are steadily declining and experts predict continued decreases in natural gas prices relative to oil. We believe the transition to greater dependence on natural gas is here to stay, and we ...

    By Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Energy Service line

  • Sustainability Project or Hourly Consulting Services

    Our extensive life cycle assessment and sustainability expertise provides a novel, forward looking approach as well as specific insights – even during the proposal process. We can assist you in improving and evaluating sustainability performance and creating documentation that will withstand the scrutiny of c

    By EarthShift Global LLC based in Kittery, MAINE (USA).

  • Noise impact assessments (NIA)

    Noise impact assessments (NIA) are an essential part of the planning process for renewable energy developments and our expert noise team has the capability to conduct assessments at all stages of the project lifecycle. The team is experienced in acting as due diligence assessor for banks and lending institutions who have noise considerations as ...

    By SgurrEnergy Ltd. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Onshore Wind Service line

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